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Click and Collect

How does Click & Collect work?


Step 1

Browse our website to view our current stock. Rest assured that you can choose with confidence. All of our vehicles undergo rigorous quality-control checks, from mechanical parts to paintwork, to ensure they meet our high standards.

Step 2

Once you’ve found a vehicle which interests you, contact us. This can be via telephone or email.

We also offer the ability to apply for car finance via our website or check your likelihood of being accepted for credit.

When we have your enquiry, one of our dedicated customer advisors will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about the vehicle you have chosen.

Remember, if you require car finance, that is no problem. Subject to eligibility, our advisor can arrange this via a select panel of lenders we work with.

If you are looking to part-exchange a vehicle as part of the deal, again, no problem. Our advisor can value your vehicle without physically seeing it. If there is existing finance which needs to be settled, we can do that, whilst the option would be there for you use any ‘equity’ towards your new purchase.

Please note, all of the above can be completed on the phone or via email, ensuring the process is as 'contactless' as possible.

Step 3

Once you are satisfied with all your queries and you wish to proceed with the purchase of your chosen vehicle, your sales advisor will email you an invoice which would need to be paid via Bank transfer (if financing documents to be e-signed) prior to Collection. You would also be provided with the relevant documents to tax the vehicle.

They will confirm all details before arranging either a click and collect slot or a delivery of your new vehicle at your convenience (delivery charge applies). They will also arrange collection of any part-exchange vehicle involved in the deal, informing you of what you will need to have available on 'handover' to complete the transaction.